MedTech - Senior Mechanical Engineer - Class III Implantable

Posted 06 April 2023
Job type Permanent
Contact NameRobert Smith

Job description

Metric Search is working with an innovative and high growth MedTech manufacturer, who are looking to add an experienced Senior Mechanical Engineer to their team. Our client partners with early-stage startups all the way up to some of the largest Medical Device companies in the world, aiding in the design and manufacturing of new and innovative medical technology.

Our client has grown in headcount by 100% in the last 1.5 years and are looking to continue that growth over the next 6-12 months. They have a great company culture, built around attracting and retaining top talent from the medical device industry, by offering a collaborative and supportive working environment, within their state-of-the-art facilities. They also offer an amazing benefits package that includes great PTO, family health, dental and vision insurance, 401k and more!

We are looking for a Senior Mechanical Engineer who is looking for a fast paced, dynamic environment who has experience working on Class II and Class III devices, preferably implantable or Class II wearable devices.

If you have a strong understanding of mechanical design and development processes, experience working as part of a cross-functional team of electrical, mechanical, and systems engineers, and are passionate about identifying and creating complete solutions to mechanical design issues then we would like to speak with you.

Additional requirements include:
  • Experience designing fixtures used for assembly and testing
  • Design equipment for support of medical devices (remote controls, electrical lead packages, etc.)
  • Analyze systems for fault modes or hazards
  • 5 years experience working with medical devices
  • Expertise in Solidworks
  • Desire to work in an evolving and fast-paced environment
  • Ability to work alone and as part of a multi-disciplinary engineering team
  • Knowledge of ISO 13485
  • Experience working with Class III implantable devices is required.

If this is interesting to you, please apply here, or email Robert Smith at